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Click for Larger Image One of MKB's final roles was Daphne in SCOOBY-DOO AND THE ALIEN INVADERS.   The DVD version has an interview with Mary Kay in the supplemental section!   There's also an "in loving memory ... " line in the end credits of both the DVD and the VHS versions.   Released (11 months after Mary Kay's death) on October 3, 2000, Scooby-Doo and the Alien Invaders made its television debut after less than two months on video. Buy a copy here, I'll donate my proceeds to The Mary Kay Bergman Memorial Project.

1999 SCOOBY-DOO AND THE WITCH'S GHOST TRAILER

Zombie Island's Daphne Blake

SCOOBY-DOO
ON
ZOMBIE ISLAND

(1998)

Audio Clips

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"You know, the real reason I changed jobs was because the monsters and ghosts always turned out to be bad guys in a mask."

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Daphne: "I need a real, live ghost."
Velma: "That's an oxymoron, Daph."

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"Sounds like a perfect place to get some good, spooky footage."

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"Wow... there's our haunted house."

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"I'm Daphne Blake... of 'Coast to Coast'."

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"Here we are in Ms. Simone Lenoir's kitchen, where we've had our first encounter with the supernatural spirits of Moonscar Mansion. You can feel the chill in the air."

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"A real pirate ghost? Fabulous! I can't thank you enough for opening your haunted house to us, Simone!"

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Daphne: "I think we should split up."
Fred: "Good idea."
Daphne: "I'll go with Beau."
Fred: "Bad idea."

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Daphne: "You know, Fred... with all the zombies and cat-creatures gone, this is a pretty romantic spot."
Fred: "Yeah."

ADDITIONAL VOICES:
Velma .... B.J. Ward.
Fred Jones .... Frank Welker.

The Official Mary Kay Bergman Memorial Site